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  1. Thank you soooo much for all of your activities! They have been a lifesaver for me as I muddle through trying to learn all this technology. Many places don’t think pre-school is important enough for their free items during the pandemic; but I have a classroom of students trying to get ready for Kindergarten! Oh, and I can sympathize over your 3 hour IEP meeting too. The ones for my son used to take days, not hours. He has Down Syndrome, is now 31, and fighting for his education was the best thing I did for him!! He lives on his own, drives a car, and had a job (until the pandemic). Good luck and follow your gut! Stay safe and healthy, Sharon

    1. Click “Get Your Activity Here” and enter your email address! The activity will be sent to your email and you will be able to download it from there. Once the activity has downloaded close out your web browser and open your Google Classroom and you can create an assignment to attach the activity to.

      There is a detailed tutorial with pictures and explanations of how to use Google Slides Activities with the Google Classroom on our Digital Resources page. Be sure to check it out for more information!

  2. I have tried so many times, but I can’t get this to open in anything but PRESENT mode.

    1. When the activity is opened in the web browser it is showing you a preview of the activity and you will not be able to interact with it yet. If you close out your web browser and go to the Google Slides website, or open the Google Slides app on your iPad you will be able to access the activity that way and it will open in “edit” mode. For some visuals and more detailed instructions check out our Google Slides Tutorials found on our Digital Resources page!

  3. I am using SeeSaw with my Pre-K students and families. I see that you mentioned some of the patterning activities are available for SeeSaw. How would I access those?

  4. I am using Google Classroom and want to add this to my assignment. Where it says make a copy for each student If I click make a copy for each student when I assign is that the same as you saying make a copy for each one of them? Or do I need to do something additional to that before I put it in classroom?

    1. Yes, you are correct that it is the same thing! Check out the tutorial on using Google Slides Activities with Google Classroom found on our Digital Resources page for some visuals and more detailed explanations!